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Using cellular technology for emergency alerting: Identifying bureaucratic and political barriers to using text messages for emergency warning on university campuses and in state policy
Media effects on the standards and importance of physical attractiveness
Investigating the underlying mechanism for the influence of motivational force emotion framed persuasive messages: A test of competing views of emotion
Digital storytelling: A comparative case study in three northern California communities
When a counter-attitudinal message is supported by the majority or the minority: Decomposing personal relevance from the message position
Keyword based social networks: Models, algorithms and analysis
Out of sight, out of mind? An examination of college students' use of instant messenger and support seeking
Wincest Wincest is the best, or, Raep is what happens when you say no: Subversive humor and serious business in "Capslock_Spn"
The Twenty-First Century Tiller Girls: Natalie Bookchin's "Mass Ornament"
Organ Donation Information on the Internet: Completeness, Accuracy, and Readability
Loneliness and Parasocial Interaction with Media Characters
Slip-sync: In/authenticity and performance in the punk musical film cycle, 1978--1986
Second language pragmatic socialization in World of Warcraft
The interaction of political rhetoric and social group perceptions in shaping public opinion
Story Networks: The Politics and Poetics of Mass Collaboration
Refiguring Domestic Work: Representation, Femininities, and Meanings of Labor in Contemporary U.S. Popular Culture
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